50 reasons your internet boyfriend Timothée Chalamet is perfection
By Billie Oliver and Stephanie Spartels


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About Chalamania

This book is a chic love letter to the shaggy-haired, angelically cheekboned heartthrob: Timothée Chalamet. It’s author Billie Oliver’s very own De Profundis, that’s not at all creepy – just celebratory. Well maybe a little creepy, but if it results in Timothee reaching out to Billie and her getting his number, well, that’s certainly worth a little creeping.

The world has fallen in love with Timothée Chalamet, thanks largely to his skillful performances in films like Lady Bird, Call Me By Your Name and Beautiful Boy. But it isn’t just Timothée’s acting chops that have won him the world’s – particularly, the Twitter and Instagram world’s – devotion … Clearly, the aforementioned cheekbones go a long way, as does his floppy hair and dreamy green eyes. But, do you know he speaks French? That he takes red carpet selfies with Glenn Close? Or that he takes consistently bold risks on every red carpet, fashion-wise? (We all remember the Louis Vitton sequined harness.) That he’s happy to talk about that time he cried watching Interstellar for the first time because he thought his role was bigger? And that he brought his sister as his date to the Golden Globes Awards?

There are so many reasons to be crushing on Timothée Chalamet right now, so let us indulge the Chalamania and count just 50 of the things we adore about him most. And Timothée, if you’re reading this – call me.

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Book details

Publication date
April 2020 (Australia/NZUSUK)
185 mm × 160 mm
108 pages

About the author

Stephanie Spartels is a Melbourne-based designer, illustrator and lover of all things visual.